> Ahem, I think it would be better if you qualified
> that sentence a little.
> There are some of us "neopagans" who believe in
> solid scholarship and doing research.
Yeah, yeah...I knew someone would feel touched by
my words. But, tell me, honestly: Have you NEVER found
any of those fellows who believe Stonehenge was built
by the Celts (or the aliens, or the dwellers of
Atlantis), and would swear that the Old Woman of Beare
is a poem devoted to the Godess earth?
I feel a certain simpathy for neopaganism: I also
love the Ulster Cycle, I would love to have been born
in those heroical days. I dislike this industrial,
pos-Christian world (no forests, no magic, no poetry).
But many neopagans apparently think that they can make
history go back. It is impossible, in my opinion, to
uncover the old religion, unless you start to accept
"quick conclusions" like those that R.Karl has
witfully attacked. Things like "The White Godess" from
Robert Graves. And, well, that book is amazing,
brilliant...but probably wrong at the main points.
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